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two different mouse and keboard?

adamfarley

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#1
i'm looking in getting a wireless mouse and keyboard! but want a slim keyboard (not sure wot type yet) and the Mx1000 mouse!

now i know that you get a receiver are you able to use a different keyboard, connected through this?? so not havin to use another usb port up.

Cheers


P.S.
my laptop has bluetooth, just a question... could i have my mouse/keyboard connected through here, but i hear this is slow??
 

Dalo Harkin

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#2
Hi, and welcome to free PC help :)
ok from what I understand you do need to use another USB slot for the Keyboard, you cannot run the 2 on the same signal.

If the laptop has bluetooth then yes you can run them through it.
I think that you have to pair them like you would a mobile phone :)
 

adamfarley

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#3
so i guess i'll have a set or two usb things... or use bluetooth on both devices!

cheers for that..


though i still need a question answered... if anyone has a bluetooth keyboard or mouse.. is there a time delay??? or anythin like that?
 
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Wolfeymole

#5
I have an HP cordless keyboard and mouse running through a infra red usb and experience no delay at all.